Cancer Survivors Use Yoga for Healing Mind, Body and Spirit

Yoga is a physical, mental, and spiritual discipline that originated in ancient India.  In recent years, it has become a mainstream practice offered at gyms, schools and even hospitals. It’s becoming increasingly beneficial for cancer survivors at Memorial Hermann hospitals to help counter the side effects of cancer treatments and boost recovery. Yoga was first [Continue Reading]

Building a Healthier Community Starts with Healthier Kids

In 1996, when Carol Paret oversaw the launch of the Memorial Hermann Health Centers for Schools program at the WAVE and Kruse Health Centers in the Pasadena Independent School District, her rationale was simple, but poignant: “There was a need.” Now celebrating 20 years of keeping uninsured and underserved students healthy and in school where they can [Continue Reading]

Expanding Health Care in Sugar Land

More than two years in the making, the $93 million expansion project at Memorial Hermann Sugar Land Hospital  is now complete. “It’s not easy to add 255,000 square-feet to a campus and still continue to operate as normal but our team did it,” says Greg Haralson, Sr. Vice President and CEO, Memorial Hermann Sugar Land. [Continue Reading]